Around this time of year, we’re reminded to take a step back, pause for a moment and count our blessings. Of course, we are always grateful for our health, happiness, friends and family, but this year, we’re also pondering what we’re thankful for in an area of our lives that sometimes escapes scrutiny – our work. What are you all grateful for in your industries? For your holiday merriment, we’ve also shared some of our favorite Thanksgiving traditions and memories.
Debbie: What’s great about communications is that I’ve always thought of it as a service industry. We help people and because of that, we get to meet ALL kinds of personalities, people from different cultural and professional backgrounds and often forge lasting friendships. It’s a one-to-many kind of job.
My favorite Thanksgiving tradition is our family’s whipped cream fight. It’s exactly what it sounds like. read more »
We have a new piece of furniture at 20KGroup.
Modeled by our most athletic employee, obviously.
It’s not the prettiest, but it serves a very important purpose.
It is way too easy to convince ourselves that sitting at a desk all day is the best way to be productive. After all, with so much work to do, who has time to get up and take a walk?
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According to the Radicati Group, 144.8 billion e-mails were generated per day last year, out of which 89 billion, or 61.46%, were business emails. Whoa. No wonder we feel like our first-born children have been preemptively scarified to the email gods. With so many emails flying in and out of your inbox, it’s easy to get fall into a routine of mindlessly replying and senselessly forwarding. But amidst the craziness, one seemingly minor mishap could land you or your organization in hot water.
To save you the trauma of a major email “oops,” here are our tips to keep your business emails in perfect condition: read more »
This year’s Houston Interactive Marketing Association Interactive Strategies Conference was all about screens. iPad screens. Computer screens. Phone screens. And even the old-school favorite, television screens. Many speakers stressed the importance of optimizing content for mobile devices, with Blue Sky Marketing’s Michelle LeBlanc going so far as to say, “If you’re not mobile friendly, your customers will leave you without a second thought.” Yikes.
If you’re not here, that’s a problem.
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